How do I download files from this website?
- In force and Repealed titles are available for download in either XML or PDF format.
- Bills and as made titles are currently available for download in PDF format only.
XML download—In force and Repealed titles
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a readable text file that a computer can process to format a printed page or web page. XML is used to build the NSW legislation In force and Repealed documents displayed on this website and is available for download.
To download the XML version of an In force or Repealed title, click the XML button on the pale blue task bar for that title.
PDF download—In force and Repealed titles
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format that saves a document as an electronic image. A PDF file preserves formatting (including text, fonts and graphics) so it looks the same on any device regardless of the software, hardware or operating system used to create it. PDFs are primarily meant for viewing, not editing, and you can easily view, navigate, print or forward them to someone else.
Most website browsers already support PDF viewing but you can also download the free viewer from Adobe Systems.
To download the PDF version of an In force or Repealed title, click the PDF button on the pale blue task bar for that title.
To save the whole PDF document as a text file—
- Save the PDF to your computer desktop or other location.
- Open the PDF.
- Click File > Save as.
- Click the 'Save as type' drop-down list and select the file format you want to save as (eg Word.docx, Word.doc or Rich Text Format.rtf).
- Choose where on your computer you want to save the file and click Save.
Last updated 30 August 2020 at 14:31